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Mosquito Spraying Schedule

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/29/2014

Proposed Schedule for Mosquito Control

Monday – (evening) September 1, 2014 HOLIDAY – NO SPRAY

 

Tuesday – (evening) September 2, 2014

WELLER TWP.

1. Franklin-Church Rd. 8. Dayspring

2. Oswalt Rd. 9. Grimes Rd.

3. N. Stewart Rd. 10. Cotter Rd.

4. Osbun Rd. 11. Pavonia

5. Robinson Rd. 12. Pavonia N. & E. Rd.

6. Pittenger Rd. 13. Olivesburg

7. Brown Rd.

Wednesday – (evening) September 3, 2014

JACKSON TWP.

1. E. Smiley Ave. 6. Stiving Rd.

2. Dale & Alvin Rd. 7. Holtz Rd.

3. Springmill N. Rd. 8. Laser Rd.

4. George Hawk Rd. 9. Mitchner Rd.

5. Myers Rd. including Redbird Ln. area 10. Taylortown Rd.

Thursday – (evening) September 4, 2014

MANSFIELD CHRISTIAN SCHOOL WASHINGTON TWP.

1. Yoha Dr. 8. Joselyn Ave. area

2. Keefer Rd. to Chew Rd. 9. Belmar Dr. area

3. Fuhrer Ave. area 10. Brynwood Rd. area

4. Craigston Dr. area 11. E. Hanley Rd.

5. Lexview Circle

6. Barberry, Blue Cedar, & White Pine

7. Sherwood Dr. to W. Hanley Rd. between Middle-Bellville & Cloverdale Dr.

Friday – (evening) September 5, 2014

ONTARIO CITY

1. Bedford Blvd. to Millsboro E. Rd. between Beer Rd. & N. Home Rd.

Missed spray schedules due to adverse weather conditions/equipment malfunctions, etc. may be made up/substituted any morning or evening during that week. Services may be delayed/cancelled due to low mosquito counts, equipment malfunctions, or due to adverse weather conditions including wind, rain, or low temperatures.

Individuals may request spraying or exemption from the service by calling Richland Public Health at (419) 774-4520. Individuals requesting exemption (including any/all beekeepers) last year or in years past, please call Richland Public Health so you can again be added to the list.

   
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